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VOLUME III, NUMBER 22.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1SS3.
WHOLE NUMBER 126
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the "PftESS" In San PrancUco.
Publication ofHce Is at 6 Kaahumanu street Ed
itorial room at 16 Merchant street.
TWO On THEM.
In Ihe farm house porch the farmer ftat
With hU daughter, hiving a cosy chat;
M.e wn hi only crtiiii. ana ne
'I bought Irf r at fiir as a girl could I" J
A bit iealoiM the old man Brew.
If he fancied 11
nv miaht come lo woo i
lilt one it iamb ana her loving care
He wished with nobody else to share.
"There should be two of you, thiIJ,M aald he
" ("here should le two to welcome me
When I come home from the field at night i
Two would make the old home bright
t ficrc iJCigmxjr iirar. wiiii ni ciiiiurcii itrui,
To btklad toeether
ad I one more,
A proud old lather I'd be, my dear,
With two good children to greet me here."
Down b) the gate, ncatli Ihe old elm tree,
Donald waited .lone land the
lor whom tie waited his love call heard,
And on either cheek the blushes stirred.
" Father, she cried, and knell her down,
And kissed the hand that was old and Irfown
" Father, there may lie two If you will,
And l)our only daughter still.
'I wo to welcome you home at night,
Two to make the old home lrtlght .
I and somebody else. "I lee."
Said the farmer ; "and who may Homebody bel"
Oh, the dimples on Ilessie's cheek,
'I1iat pliyed with the Mushes hide and srek l
Away front hi gaze she lumrd her head
"One of neighbor Gray's children, air," she said.
"H'm F said the farmer ; "make It plain,
la it Susan, Alice, or Mary Janef
Another kin on Ihe aged hand,
Yo help Ihe farmer to understand
" ll'ml" said the farmer ; ' Vet, I see ;
It's two for yourself, and one for me, "
Hut Itessie said, " Ihere can tie but one
For me and my heart till life if done."
REMINISCENCES OF HONOLULU.
In icw of the hearty and thorough observ
ance of the Christian festival of Christmas,
which now obtains in these islands, antl more
particularly in Honolulu, I am forcibly re
minded of the change in this respect tli.it His
been brought about in the lapse of some thirty
jears. When I first arrived here in 1846, and
for many ) cars afterwards, no special notice
sas taken of Christinas Day in any of the
churches, except of course, the Roman Catlio"
lie, which in those days had vastly less influ
ence among the people than at present. Resi
dents front Kuropcan countries and some
Americans, made a hoh'diy of Christmas be
cause of home recollections, but it was not like
Thanksgiving, a government holiday, and the
Polynesian, the official organ of government,
suffered the anniversary to pass without a wortl
of mention, while New Year's was honored
with a half-column article. It was in the reign
of Knmchamcha IV that Christmas first re
ceived Hawaiian official recognition, being
proclaimed as a national holiday, when all
government offices were ordered to be closed.
In the year 1857, the King hit upon the Itappy
idea of uniting the festivals of the annual
Thanksgiv ing, (which had been adopted from
the American old-time custom) and Christmas.
This appeared to give general satisfaction, and
ever) body celebrated the one day according to
their own ideas, cither as Thanksgiving a la
Yankee, or with Christmas cheer in liritUh
fashion. At all events, the King's object was
obtained, for the day was thoroughly observed
ns a holiday. There was no Episcopal church
here then, but the congregations of the llethcl,
Fort Street and Methodist churches united in
religious services at the Methodist Chapel on
Nuuanu Avenue (now the Lvceum). I re
member that the day was as lovely and mild a
one as ever shone in this delightful climate,
and irrcsistably set us all thinking on the con
trast at that season in "Father-land." The
chapel was well filled, for those who by edu
cation did not believe in keeping Christmas,
comixnindcd with their prejudices by observing
Thankkgiv ing. The scrv ices w ere opened by
the Hcv, S. C. Damon, follow cvl by a sermon
by the Uev, Mr Turner (Methodist) and
closed by the Kcv. Mr. Strong of the Fort
Street church. Since that jcar, there has been
n growing tendency among the Congregation
nlists of these islands to observe Christmas,
until to-day, in their own way, the) are hardly
one whit behind the Roman Catholics or the
Episcopalians in their demonstrations of re
joicing and festivity, which of course is just as
it should be.
The recent decease of the venerable and
venerated Rev. Titus Coan, with whom I had
a pleasant acquaintance of thirty-six )cars,
brings to mind many interesting incidents con
nected with him, and which I had considered
noteworthy at the time of their occurrence.
Mr. Coan was a vigorous writer, and very en
thusiastic in any controversy that he took part
in. Hut the printers dreaded the infliction of
his Mss., for his penmanship was simply out'
rageous, and to many at first quite illegible,
I remember that lie contributed to the FriiuJ
in 1846-7, a scries of articles on "Sabbath
Whaling," controverting the views of captains
of wbalcships that it was their duty when they
saw whales on Sunday to try and catch them.
I know that Mr. C. would have been grieved
had ha ovetheard the language more forcible
than polite usetkjby the compositors in setting
up hts articles.
Another discussion in which he luok a ety
decided and prominent part, was one which
took its rise from the circumstances attending
the Uvn flow of 1855-6, in which he took the
ground that It was proper to huld up the idea
before the Hawaiian that the lava flow- to
ward the town of Ililo ceased in answer to
prajer. The facts were these. On the llth
of August, 1855, an Immense volcanic eruption
commenced on Mauna Loa, near the summit.
It continued uninterruptedly for a period of
fifteen months to pour out Its floods of liquid
fire, the quantity of molten mineral discharged
and the ceaseless and wvrjdcrful energy ilis
plaved for so long a period, making this per
haps the most remarkable in the history of
volcanic phenomena. The length or the How
was not far from seventy miles, with an average
breadth of about two miles and a depth ar)
Jug from ten to several hundred feet. The
emend ancle of descent down the mountain
was about 61 but In some places, according to
the conformation of the land, the descent was
from io' to 50, and not Infrequently the fiery
(tood U'J and plunged down pe rpcndicular
piwiplct of considerable depth, with awe-in-spiting
noise and dreadful splendor. In steep
pUcw ihe current ran at the rate of forty miles
an hour. It followed the valley which runs
frvwi the mountain side towards llllo, in which
uv b numerous streams which form the riven
waUustTllvV bay. Forests and jungle diaap-
passtftl UtDic the river of fire, streams of water
vn wtonlttd, 'ocka in its path wcic lent
rlr)iT. lid ,' the air was filled with smoke and
-Li..v stats. ' Jii WnKth ihcWvBty How
ktrTm-trf fi -nJiWa f'r " " ''" U
the beautiful town of Ililo, the doom of which,
o fir as human foresight could calculate, Was
scaled, unless the flow should speedily cease.
The destruction of the town was generally con
sidered to be merely a question of time, and
the Maim was such that most of the residents
made arrangements to leave, with such of (heir
possessions as could lie carried to a place of
safety. It was during the imminence of this
threatened destruction of the town that, at the
instsnee and in response to the exhortations of
Mr. Coan, the native churrii at Ililo com
menced and continuctl a scries of prayer meet
ings, asking for special Divine interposition for
the deliverance of the people. One particular
day was set apirt and observed with solemn
fasting and praver, by both natives and for
eigners; few, it was remarked, "even of the
unbelieving class exhibited the least disrespect
for the occasion. Most seemed impressed with
the propriety and solemnity of the art."
The other remarkable fact was, that on the
13th of February, 1S56, after the flow had
been moving directly for Hilo six months, from
which its lowest point was distant but six
miles, the action of the summit crater being
apparently unabated, suddenly antl much to
the gratified suprisc of the inhabitants, the
river of fire ceased lo flow seaward, but slbwly
spread out laterally. What made this the more
surprising to those who observed Ihe phenom
ena on the spot, was the part that for nine
months thereafter the lava continued to pour
out from the summit crater with unabated
vigor and to rush down the mountain side.
Itut for some reasons which observers could
not explain, the flow approached no nearer to
Ililo. Mr. Coan took the ground that in an
swer to prayer, the hand of Ihe Almighty held'
back the burning torrent, and "that voice
which spake bounds to the sea, which it can
not pass, said lo this flood, 'Hither shalt thou
come and no further.' "
It Is apparent that there were some, perhaps,
among Mr. Coan's brethren of the mission at
that time, who were not quite prepared to go
to the full extent of his belief in the special in
lerK)sition of Providence in answer to the
praj crs sent up by the people of Hilo. At the
annual meeting of the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association, May 14, 1857, Mr. Com read an
essay on the subject, in which he most em
phatically held that the lava flow towards Hilo
ceased in answer to praver, and showed that
the Iliblc teaches very clearly the doctrine of
the efficiency of privcr. It miy be interesting
to some of my readers to quote a few sentences
from this essay, which attracted no little atten
tion at the time. Says Mr. Coan :
" It Is .1 historical fact that in all ages, from
the days of Christ to the present time, the de
vout and evangelical rwrtion of this church
have believed and taught the doctrine of a
special, superintending and controlling l'rovi
dence in all the affairs of the Universe, the
minute as well as the vast; the complicated
and occult as well as the simple and plain. To
prove this I might cite confessions, dcclara.
lions, praj ers, sermons, lectures and uncounted
tomes of theology.
"That the lava stream which so long hung
like a flaming sword over us, and which
flashed so fearfully in our faces would have
been arrested within five miles of our dwell
ings, and that, within seven miles of us, it
should, for nine long months have boiled and
raged, rending the rocky ribs of the earth,
heaping up hills, ridges and mountains and
opening ) awning fissures andabjsses of fire,
had thetc been no praj cr, no fear, no fasting
and no recognition of an Almighty God,
whose touch makes the hills to smoke, who
melts the rocks in his anger, and w hose breath,
like a stream of brimstone, sets on fire the
foundations of the mountains, and at whose
nod the earth tremblcth we will not dogma
tically affirm. We state ihcfatts and they are
manclloiis. That Hilo is not now sleeping
under a pall of ebon blackness, that her glori
ous landscape is not blotted ftom the book of
Nature, her ljeautiful harlwr choked with
rocks, her songs hushed, her happy dwellings
consumed and the smoke of her ruin going up,
like that of Sodom, scents to us a miracle. As
a miracle of mercy we love to contemplate it ;
and when we shall cease to adore and bless,
and praise the Lortl for this mercy, let our
tongue cleave to the roof of our mouth."
it. L. s.
LUMINOUS XAlfAI'AV CARRIAGES.
Luminous railway carriages have been tried
on the Southeastern Railway, England, with
considerable success. The interior has been
coaled w hit luminous paints, and though the
result was not so good as if the experiment had
been made in brilliant sunshine, a very fair
light shonc'from the ceiling and the ends of
the carrriage on entering a tunnel. The hands
of n watch could be seen, and the Heads of
newspaper articles read, so that it is thought
that the S) stem will be of considerable value
for use in short tunnels, where lamps are not
usually placed in third-class carriages. Anoth
er railway innovation will be the placing of a
lctler-lxix for late letters outsidcf the sotting
carriage attached to mail trains. The public
will then be able to post their letters in the
bos on affixing an cstra half penny stamp.
The system came into use on November
PROVERBS ABOUT WOMEN.
An oM SiunUli tiros mb exorcsscs dtaractcr
isllcally the liigh-lncl courtliness nhich was
once peculiar to the race 1 "The counsel of a
woman is not vsorin inucn, nut ne who noes
not hcvtl it is north nothing. " In I'ultenham's
"Art of Knclisli roctry," a ennous ami inter-
cstiii! work publislicxl at the end of the six-
tecum ciniury, 1110 autnor, speaking 01 me
teiutcr-hcartcdness of the female sex In gen
eral, alluilcs to the common proverb 1" A
woman vsill neen lor pittie to see a gosling
goc uaie-loote. mere must nasc neen a
loucn 01 real nuinor auoui inc originator 01
this ancient proteib, titliculing, but nescrthe
less losing, the piodigality of tenderness,
which causal him such amusement. The pre
feience generally giving in the seventeenth
century lo the gray marcs of Wander over the
coach horses of England gave rise to the vulvar
proverb t " The gray mare is the better horse."
ucsirge Herbert gave the world many proverb,
which are descriptive of the lives and qualities
of women. Among others w e select the follow
ing t " Kmnly chambers nuke foolish maids,"
a proverb which, of course, like su many others,
only expresses a half truth i for we are willing
to believe that some very wise little maidens
have grown into womanhood like moorland
blossoms, which onlr the mouse and the adder
ami ihe humhlc-tki-e have looked .011 1 but
foolish U no doubt used there In its slighter
tignllicance of UsWul, in which case the pro
virb is of course a true one. "A fair wife and
a frontier castle brevtl quarrels " reads like
the sii-h of some tiaronial benedick who fruit
iesaly thirsted after quietness in the weary ages
of warfare. " Mills and wives ever want "was
no uoudi me mueiir eviiemsiuii u. su.ite iiieu.'
. . . .. e. .,.. 1...1 e 1:
eval llarttar-oni one can almost rcconnlre the
snap with which it was uttered, in the laconic
brevity 01 tne pnrase. vvno icts nu wuc gu
lo every feast and his horse drink, at every
water, shall neither have good wife nor goosl
horse," tothlsdayaccordswith the sentiments
of many married men. "Choose a house
made and a wife to make," said some strong
mindesl gentleman, who lUltcred himself that
he hadmouldcsl the character 0 the girl whom
he had married, who very probably all the
while had eained entire tsccs-tsdincy over him
ill sssntMU by flattciirtg hisvseakiioint of
moulduur Isstr sst itoa-wi.nii.iii ku usm u a
way Ibsxc Ussit smsUimm have,
I A. DH LA NUX
Survoyor nnil Olvtl Emu I n nor,
Address, HONOLULU rost-ollice loo-t.m-
-tlTlLLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOllXKV AT I j
83 Mrkcimht SmmtT, Honolulu,
T M. DAVIDSON,
.1 rroHxnr A t l.i ;
No. Merchant Street, Honolulu.
,1 TTOHXI'.r A T I.A IF,
And Notary Public Attends all the Courts of the
66 Fort Strrkt, Honouhj, 1
.frroK.vi.'r.r rtwxsr.u.on at law.
RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OrrtcR corner Fort ad IIfartania Srs.,
mtnaiMXH axi iiHjttKPATiiia j'lir.
Office Hours Until 9 A. it. , and from 1 -3 and S'30-8 r. M.
TNO. A. HASSINOER,
Interior Ofricp, Honoluli',
AOi:XT TO TAKK ACKXOWl.KltOK-
vienlM In VnHtntct for ijihnr. 3
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
J VltYSlCTAX nnil SllldlUIX,
Hotel street, between Fort and Alakea streets.
' office hours:
From 7 to 10 a. m ; 1 lo 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
tolf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
HoNOIlIIU, Ollll', II, I ,
XOTA HY I'ltlll.ltjAXlt COMJIttiSlOXKIt
For Ihe States of California and New York. Office
at the It-ink of Itishop & Co. t
Honolulu, H. I.,
AOr.XTTO TAKK ACKXOWr.KIHlE'
rifnifo to C'ollfr.frfa to Ltltmr,
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Esplanade. 15
trs. McAllister & grossman,
Will open their office, for the r-itt, at the comer of
ttoteianu Aitkea streets, Honolulu. ig4-ini
M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Honolulu, II. I,,
jti:xntr. iwoms ox foiit stuizkt.
Office In Itrewer's Muck, corner Hotel and
Streets, entrance on Hotel btrect.
TWT HAGAN, M. D.
HoNOLLLU, H. I
MYsiaiAX axii suiivir.ox. own
10:i Part fitrrtt.
Office hours from to to ia a. m., and 3 to 5 p.
Residence 195 Nuuanu btreet.
EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, H 1.,
nrxswiAX axi sujigeox,
TBLBPHONR XtfMDKR 1 49.
Oifice hour from 8M to ioj a. in ; 1 W to 3U p. m
Office and residence number s, Kukui street,
corner Fort street. .i
84 King street.
PRACTICAL 1P-I TCIIMA KEIt,
And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
tion. (Formerly ot bau Francisco, California.) 50
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Queen Street, Honoiulu, II. I ,
JMPOUTKU AXII DEALER IX OKA"
mil Mrrrhamtlnr. 1
Xy T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.,
IMPORTERS AXD COMMISHIOX
11JRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
J'ASUIOXAItr.E DRESS AXD CI.OAK
TjrjTH, G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SUGAR FACTORS AXD COMMISSIOX
VVM. a IKWIN.
-s BREWER ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
SIIIPPIXO AXD COMMISSIOX MER-
II. A. r. CARTER.
r. C JONES, jr.
J-vlLLINGHAM ft Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
IMPORTERS A XI) DEA LKRS IX HARD-
tnire, Cutlery, Tool;
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. I
A W. PIERCE ft Co.
HONOLUIU, II. I.,
SHIP CHAXDLERS AXD COMMISSIOX
:ents for Brand's Guns and Bomb Lances and Per.
las is Pain Killer.
T A1NE A Co.'
Honolulu. II. I.
COMMISSIOX MEItCHAXrS IMPOR
ters and Dealers Ihj
Hay, Grain and General Produce. 1
No. s MRRCHANf Stkskt, Honolulu, II. I
IMPORTERS OF aEXERALMERCHAX-
tltse from Franee, EHglnuit,;
Germany and the United Slates. 1
sioANDiiSCAUroRNiA Stk.rt, S. F.,
WHOLESALE U ROVERS. ,
Particular attention ssid to Ailing and shipping ls-
T OUIS ADLER,
Nlmbsr 13 Nuuanu Stkhit
MAXVFACTVRER AXD DEALER IS
Hoots mn.1 Shoes of rrery Description,
Ladies and Children's wear. My stock is worthy f
inspection. Trices very low. 51
T WILLIAMS Co.
' io AND to Ko.T SrSSKT,
Pictures of alt irs and kinds road. 10 order, and
frames of alt descriptions constantly on hand. Also
Corals, .Shells and Cursosttles of Ihe Pacific .
ALLEN ft ROBINSON,
HONOLLLU, II. I.,
Dealers In Lumber ami all JUm.I. of lluilit
iuu Materials, Paints, Oils, Xalls, tie.,
Agents of schooners
Hkleakala, Kulunanu, Kekauiuohl, Mary Ellen,
UUama, Pauahl and LeahL
At Kobinson. Whaif. 1
e-pHEO. II, DAVIES ft Co.,
(I.atr Ianion, Giiis & Co.)
IMPORTER, COMMISSIOX MEI1CIIAX1
un4 AuetU for
Lloyd's and th. Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marin. Insurant. Company,
And Northern Assurance Company. I
T B. SILLOWAY,
' No. jj Kiko SrsssT,
SADDLE auj HAHXESH MAKER,
Mealcan Saddl.-auklng a leading hue.
AU kiuds of REPAIRING DONE It) ORDER.
Prices eaces-dingly moderate. no-3m
P S. PRATT A CO,
.(urrl.Ner and Commission Merchants,
Quun Srsa.r (Ueaver Bssck), Hooolulu.
Srstslal aiteeisoo given lj lit. sale of Real and Per-
snT Asfsancw eaade o.i t?onaigpinents.is l
a4 Otrsss-ttir, Mtmr Maker astd Csmlkrr,
No. sQlhn STLT(bsOowHvooWila WotAs)
pi), C. ROWE,
tior.si: unit .stox I'Aisrr.u,
Tater Hanger, etc.,
107 King street, Honolulu.
T EWERS A COOKE,
(Successors to I. ewers ft'DicKsov,)
jjtrournits axii iw.ai.v.hs jx lum-
hrr unit iitt hhiit nfUttliittof Mittrrlalii.
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. t
p O. HALL A SON,
Corner Tort and King Streets,
iMvonTV.Wi, nn.tr.KHH ix ltAitit-
intrrt Dry tlomt, rtfi,
Oils and'General Merchandise. t
TT W. McCHESNEY & SON,
t.r.ATiinn, irnu:s, tai.i.oiy, axi
Agents for the Uoyal Soap Cc-miany. No. 4a Queen
street, Honolulu, H. 1. 9
s C. COLEMAN,
Honolulu, II. I ,
'JIUICKSJIITir, MACIftXI.1T, CAR- j
rlaar Ifork, lion Shortna,
Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop on King street,
next to Castle ft Cooke s. 1
J No. 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper nnti Sheet Iron Worker,
SIOVI.S AND RANGES,
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish-
Eng ttuods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
J M, OAT & Co.
(HONOLUIV, II I.,
SAirtAKKits. r i.a as or all nr-
Mcrlpttnn uiitttraiiil trpalrcit.
Ift In A. F Cooke's new fire proof building, foot of
rsuuanu Mreet, as
Honolulu, 11. 1.
riOXWIl HTUA31 (1AXDY 3IAXUVAC-
torif nnil Hithery.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuu-inu
-s ENGLING & Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Sirret,
TIXSMITIIS AXI PJ.VMIIER1, ItP.A A-
rr hi Starrs, Jtmiffritt Till, 3a
J W. GIRV1N,
Wailmku, Mau, II. I.,
COMMISSIOX MERCIIAXT AXD fll.'.V
rnil Ilraler hi Dry HooiIk,
Groceries Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
rerlumery anu Vjlvssware.
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Hosoiulu, II. I.,
STEAM EXOIXES, JIOILERS, SVOAR
Mill, Caotem, Iran, Ilnlim
And Lead Castings. t Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid to Ships
niacksmuhuur. Job work executed on die shortest no
J H. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
n'ATVJl AXIt CLOOK ALUUilt,
Jteptttrhif a Specialty.
Established 1831. t
O H- MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Numder it Nuuanu Strebt,
TAiLomxa ov uvmix
Kcriplion done, to order.
Men's, tiovs' and youths work.
Number 64 Hotel Strrkt,
MEALS SJiltriiJt AX1 ALL,
hours of the day,
Special terms for regular boarders. The only suita
ble private room in town for Ladies.
Mrs. Leon dejean. Proprietress.
-p H. NORTON ft Co.,
No. 13 Maunakea Street,
Horse uhnetno,SliaeH remoreil it ml iillKlnils
of Mllitchsiiilitt it orh iloiie loonier.
Carriage makinir and reoairiniz done bv combctent
workmen. The best horse-shoer in the country works
at this place. ios-ir
Crater or Kilauka.
II. If, LEXTZ, JlAXAOKJl.
Visitors renirirln? any unusual display of volcanic ac
tion v. ill kindly uire the Manager at leatt ten days no
tice In fine weather, and from eleven to thirteen in foul.
Plenty to eat, a routing (ire. clsan bedf and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Uland-t. 3
-s E. WILLIAMS,
iMKIRTRR AND DraLBR IN
EVRXITVRE OP V.PER Y DESOItlPTIOX
Also Vjiliolsterer mt Manufacturer.
Furniture Warcrooms No. 109 Fort street. Work
shop at old stand on Hole! tstreet. All orders promptly
R I e nded to. 41
A W. RICHARDSON A Co.
Importers snd Dbalvki in
ROOTS, SHOES, W7RXISHIXO HOODS,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, I ullses,
Perfumrv and Soans. Waltham Watches. Fine lew-
dry, ttr., cor, of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, it. 1.
-pH0S. G. THRUM,
IilrORTINO AND MANUfACrVRINO
STATIOXER, XEWS AOEXT, VltlXTER,
And publisher of the Satvrdav PaKss,and IIawh.
am Almanac am.t Annual, Merchant street. Deal
er in Fine Stationery, Itooks, Music, Toys and rancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel. Honolulu.
OSEPH E. WISEMAN
llOKOLLLU, II. 1.,
REAL ESTA TE IIIIOKF.R AXIt EMPLOY
m.Mr Hurra u.
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sella and leases
Real Estate In all parts of th. Kingdom, fc'ruptoyment
found for those seeking work in all the various branches
of business conisrsied with these Islands. Legal docu
ments drawn, Hills Collected, (looks and Accounts kept
and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited.
Commissions moderate. 34
- W. HACFARLANE ft Co.
Qe.EN Strut, Hosvll-lu, II. I.
Importers anil Commission MerrhiiHts.
sivoinsons rtre-proof stuiiatno;.
Th Glasgow and Honolulu Lin of Packet.
John Hay A Co.'. Liverpool Lin. of Pack.t.
Tta Waikapu Plantation
Th. Spencer Plantation, Ililo
Hakalau Plantation, Hilo
Mlrtees, Talt ft Watsoo, Sugar Machinery
Th. Puuloa She.p Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
lumstTr.11 and Dial ir in
(IL.ISSWAIIE,MERIIIKX SILVER i'l
frl M'ui-f. Hraekets. Fuses.
King's CooiUnaiion Spectacles and E)eglasss,
Lustral Wlr. Ware, Irancy Noaps, Picture Frames, Pss.
tots. Wostcnhotni'. Puclel Culfcry. Powder, bhut and
Ammuuitlon, Clark, bpool Cotton, Stsxhine Oil, all
kind of Machine fscesllcs. " Isoencssic I'atisT asntons.
bole .gem 01 th. uoivcrsally acknowledges!
Light-Running: Domestic Sowlaf Machine,
No. taTort tret Honolala.
TJISHOP at to.
HnNoLVLV, II. I ,
Saa Francisco, and ihesr agsnts ia ,
MESSRS. M, U. ROTHSCHILD. SONS. London.
Th. ORIBNTAL SANK CORPORATIOM M
f LoadoM, and Ihesr Usuxoe. us
s srsssssal Binkiiig Bnsiisssi.
"CURNI8HED BOOUS-'j ssslw. ausi tassjk. fa,
K . umt&faum-
B. McINTYRE cS BROTHER,
Cor Kino and Fort Sis., Honolulu,
ailOCEHV -r.VJl .'. STORE.
IIACKFBLD & Co.
Queen Street, HoNOLtn, II I.,
(IP.XERAh VOHMISSIOX AOP.XTS. I
HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
HONOLLLU, OAIIU, It. I ,
IMPORTERS AXII COHMJSSIOX MER
Tf A. SCHAEFER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
IMPORTERS AXII COMMISSIOX MER
-117ILDER & Co.
Cor. Fort anu Qieen Srs., Honolulu.
I.UMIIEU. PAIXTS, OILS, AM IS,
mill lliilliltiiii Mnlrrtiitt nf rrrry l.lmt. 1
P P. ADAMS,
Queen Street, Honolulu,
A UCTJOXEKRAXD COMMISSIOX MER
A S. CLKGHORN & Co.
htrORTFRS anu Dralprs in
OEXERAL MERCIIAXIIISE, ,
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu
J30LLES ft Co.
Qurfn Stntrt, Honolulu, II. I.,
SHIP CIIAXDI.ERS AXD COMMISSIOX
Importers and Dealers in Genersl Merchandise. 1
NO. II. BROWN,
103 IlBRETANIA STREtCT,
IXSPECTOIl OT WE I (HITS AXD
Orders can be left nt the Police Station.
TWT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Maker's Block, Quern Street,
IMPORTERS AXD WHOLESALE DEA L-
rrA hi rtri.f rfll Merchmultnr. a
1WT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
114 California St., San Francisco,
fOllWARIIIXO AXD COMMISSIOX
Special facilities for and particular attention paid to
consignments of Island produce. a
No, in FoetStrfet, Honolulu,
WATCHMAKER, .IEWELER, EXORA
rer, mut Dtiiiiiuml Setter.
All orders faithfully executed.
No. Iff FORTST.,OriOS.TIirAVTHKOi STA&LE5,
JtVOTAXD SIIOKJfAKKit. HOOTS AXD
Shoe in rt tie to or. .!,
Ofliett material at reasonable prices, and foi cah. g
Wholes a lk and Retail
lutuauisrs axd toiiaccoxists.
No. 59 Nuuanu street Honolulu, H. I.
THROWN &. PHILLIPS,
N'o. iS Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
Practical Vlttntbers, Gan-flttcvH
Particular attention raid to the fit tin z un of the
Springfield Gas Machine. t
Hotel Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
DEALER IX LAMES' AXV
(jeitl's Shoes and Gaiters,
Try my store, after one transaction ou uill be sure
to come again. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Stkpet, Honoiult, II. I ,
(orrosiTR sailor's noun.)
CUSTOM JtOOT AXJ SHOE
Good work ; low prices. Repairing done with neat
ness and dispatcd.
P H. OEDING,
Sxpreu and Drayman,
Freight. Packages, and Haggage delivered to and from
ail pari UI iiuiiuiuiu wiiu th-iihij-. v-iiiiui !
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY tOR THE I'URPOSn.
1 elephone 86 ; residence ajs Punchbowl street.
Office U King street. io6tf
OEE HOPP & Co ,
37 mauuaxca street,
CARPENTER AND FURNITURE DEALER.
Houses built and the repairing of houses attended to.
Terms moderate. 1 1 I y
itir PHILLIPS & Co.
fimf Wholesale Dealers In Clothluy, Hoots,
Shoes, Hats, Mens'a Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. Kaahumanu street.
CARPEXTER unit HU1I.DER.
All kinds of jobbing promtaly attended to.
leUplione Ny. lo, Williamson's Kaptess Office.
Shop No. 14 King street, io3
r rterntnrjf flrfroiii
DUiases of Horses and other domesticated Animals.
treated in the most practical and sctcntinc manner.
X)IS EAVES Or THE HOOK A. SrhClAUTV.
Itesidencn 14 Fort street. Honolulu, where all orders
left ill rew-ive prompt atltnl Ion. S-or
- F, WOLFB,
Honolulu, II. I , "''
O HOCK HY, FEED AXD I'HOIISIOX
Would hke heads of families, 'hoardinehous. keeoers
and otliers to know llul he at all times sells at prices
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
delivered In any part of th city or suburbs. Number
ia, King atre.it between Aianca ana ror. ais. s.-oro
TIT ILLIAM 0. SMITH,
No. M MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(EstaUislied In tt-J.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, T.lephon. and other
Corporation Stocks, Bond, and similar
MCuritie. bought and sld on
Commission. Money loaned
00 Stock S.curltl.tL
Honolulu, II, I October ist, i Us.
ASTLB sX COOKE,
No. lo, KiNoSmsaT, Hosululc, II. I.
Mhlfplnu ami Commission Merchants,
Importers and Dcalars In '
Th Ilitclrcuck A Company't .lantauoa,
liw Aitwvr & .uisjwu rUnutUiO.
K. Ilalu-ud, l Waudu FUnutlam.
A- 1L Staub & Covipany. Kokj, KauaX.
I. M. Alsaadr, lUiU, Maul
v 'n Haiku SiAAf Comihun.
luwau ausfajr suaaoaoy.
svl Saa FraatUco.
M VsfMasaTsts'sS WiklkmWsX fAs-faAaKstBsSU ka'sAsasUsSSsSaSV.
a "- --''-- sTUssssMa sssvs) Saa Fnassi
liu s Mmmfs, csslssWassssst SMsSsSs!ssaa.
IK " LlbT-AsMitlag ensiiayssvsMt
us t eMa sulk. iSfSsw. and la a guest
ssasswsasr. Ts.ins.sis, Eapreu.isn, c. Whii Ijs
svsessn; Cfs"l"h e-as.; CTsinss. Coukst Ciunsie
umium US. IsvassraVsv
-HARLES T. OULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Laboe
OF.NF.RAL I1USINF.SS AOF.NT.
Office In Mackee's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu-
manu streets, Honolulu t iy
54 King Street,
Tin, Coiiier-f itlKl'.Xbrrtlroii Worker.
Plumbing, nas filtln. and all work In my line ptomptlv-
attended to. "1 erms moderate.
Remember'llie address, opposite llie'ollce Station,
M King street. loo-Cm
O J. LEVBYi&ICO.,
Wholnaalo nnil Rrttnll Orociin,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh crocerles and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received recularly from hurope and America which
will he sold at the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered to any pan of Ihe city free of charjre.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention wille
given to ihe same. tis.iy
AXTONO LEONO ft CO.,
Nuuanu Srnri.T, Con. Maeine,
Ayents far Momiut Siiffnr, Pnlmiia Itlte
And Kallua klce Plantation and Mill, m-ty
88 Kliifir street,
Dealer In evejr description of BOOTS
Ladles and Cents' Fine Wear a Specialty,
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BRRIPBR ir' Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. HKHU'EK & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
01 San Francisco.
CASTLE & C00h't AGEXTS.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
Building, ( Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Y ire on the nurst favorable terms! 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCECOM
pany of Berlin.
. A. SCHAEFER V tV, AGEXTS.
Ihe above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
Agents, art- author wed to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
TJREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
r. A, SCHAEFER & CV., Astntt.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
1 A. SCHAEFER fr C., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Comoanv has established a Gen
eral Agency here, and the al-oveisigned. General Agents,
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
beas at tne most reasonable lates, anu on the most fa
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
slcherungs GeseUschaft of Wlnterthur,
H. HACKFELD & Co.. AGEXTS.
Capital of the Company. ........ ..francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, fur the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure 11 inklings. Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce. Machinery, etc.. also bucar
and Kice .Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
ance Company. (Limited)
TIIEO. II. DA PIES, AC EXT.
The ahove agent lias received instructions to re
dues the tates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports m the Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. I
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. ASCIIAEFER & Co., ACEXTS.
The above firm having bcrn appointed agents of this
company are prepared to insure risk, against fire on
Stone and Uriels Luildines and un Merchandise stored
therein, on the most favorable terms. Fur particulars
apply at tneir ouice.
MORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
i Company of Hamburg'.
. HACKFELD A Co.. AGEXTS.
Capital and Reserve., ....... Keichsmark 8,830,000
iiicir ic-iiiuriisiis,G vj'iiiuiii-cj,, jj.osjij.sjusj
The Afieuts of the above Comitany, fur the HaH-ailan
Ulands. are nrenared to Insure Huddincs. I-urntture.
alercriandise and l'ruducc. Machinery, etc.. also Sucar
and Kko Mills, and vessels In tho harlwr, acainst los
or Uama ge by me, on tne most lavorauie terms.
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg-.
. HACKFELD 6 Co,, Agtntu
Capital and Reserve . ... Keichsmark 6,,(oa.
" their Kc'luiurtuic Companies " 101,650,000
Total..... ... iRelihsmark 107,6511,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure BuiMing. Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Klce Mills, and vetsseli in the harbor against lost
or damage by fire, on the moht favorable terms. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
or New York.
II ILDKR A- Co , ACEXTS,
Largest, Safest anil most Economical Life
Insurance Company In the norld,
CASH ASSETS OVER 000,000.
For further information concernini: the Company.
and for rates of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
J. E. Wiseman, Soliciting Agent. I
LONIXHf AMD PHOVIlf C1AI
Suifcrtbftt Cupttal - - - - $.1,000,000
The above Company have now established (aft agency
tierc, and are prepared to take mks on prop
erty of every description within iltcse
J Tt WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
TUB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob. Insurant. Company.
BISHOP & Or., AGENTS.
l'imlle.l Liability lo Stockholders.
.,..,ti . Sftl
Ncvua roe tin)
Premiums received alter deduction olr.-
losses promptly adjusted and paid hersv, I
NEW ENOLAND MUTUAL LIFB INSUR.
asve. Ceasseaay Boston,
CASTIK k COOKB, AGEXTS.
The oUkst Puftly MuttisU Life ItsasiHstvc
CsSSttasWI to Um Uoitsssl StotM.
J'ssllel.. iMssesf astsssst Fanrahls Terms
UAMria vf NOM-maraiTVaa turn i
Insured at 3S years ordinary 1st. plan ;
I Aavsvaal ssashsta caatUstsi Pcr a ys-aMt, i stay.
a a trail 11 pram .is issai, 4 ye.is, . -AassssJ,riMlaatiCsssissigaSlsviss).
A-, - $13rS1tr9.
Usvsaa gaU tsWsvssaa IsUatvaaim sassssy. Sayeav
ICK.-AIW tUs tUu I wla not U ritaW.
isf4SsssbsTPsl saBnaa-aBaBaft HSSI
9 "sWpsv. Jy
IT W, SEVERANCE,
jto CAuroitNtA St., CaL., (Room No. 4 )
iMIi'.lM.I.V COXSVL .t COMMISSIOX
Merehmit. ' 7
TTARNDEN & Co.
lis & Itj Market st , Sss FrtsNusco,
OEXERAL PVRCIIAStXO AOEXTSAXH
Coiiimtstton Merelimits. 1
pRANK II. AUSTIN A Co,
Orricrt No. loTttirouMs Slitter, S. K.,
COMMISSIOX AOESTS ,t POIIWARII-
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired
Pie best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
'HARLES BREWER A Co.
t; Kli-tv $rK(T, IIoston,
AUEXTS OP IIAWAIIAX PACKETS,
Oenenit Commission Agents.
Special attention eiven to ihe ttitrrhatinff or.m!s for
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rales. t
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
10,000 Pianos J t.ono Organs; save half I huyoflhe
manufacturers; from $s to $ltxn; cash, rent,
ttr Installments ; catalogues free.
AN11SFXL, corner Market ami Powell, San Fran
T GUS BURT,
For country merchants and mining companies and gen
eral Commission Merchant. Insurance effected in
good companies at lowest rates.
OJiee 40$ Front Street, San Frattelneo, Cat,
)ALMER A REY.
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The largest and only complete T)pe Foundry and
Timers arenouse on me racinc -coast,
05 and toy LeldesdorfT and
59 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
We keep on hand the largest stock of American Faifcy
fc crr ate 11 un tin vW, lukjsrinrr kiwi a
moit complete slock of Miller & Rich
ard's Scotch Type ; aiul can
furnish, at short notice,
Anything in the Printer line,
from a Ilodkin to a Clinder Press. We have a largi
stock of new and second hand Printing Presses of
all makes and sizes. Wc are soIeagenls for
Campbell's Cylinder lYesses, Cottrell and
Ualfcock iTesses ; alto Peerless, Clip
er, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRKSSUS;
new Baxter steam engines, which are just the thing for
printers, i uerk water rioter, btm l'aper cutters,
and a full line of Sanl-orn's boukbindeis'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Terriers Printing Inks are considered the best In
use. nave )ou useu our I'enection putesi
Tliey save editorial work and composi
(ion, and therefore ae money,
tarSI.ND tOR OUR CVTALOGUE.
KrUiEMDKR No house on this coast can compete with
us in quality ot goods.
Chicago office S78 Monroe street.
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
Company, (Limited )
On First-class securities, for long or short periods.
Apply to W, L GUBEN, Manager rVr.
Office tjueen Street, over G. W. Macfarlane &Co.-48tl
-flTAILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailuku, Maui, II. 1.,
Rest Quality of Fatal Manufactured Con
stantly. All orders filled with dispatch.
8 E. H. Bailey.
THE UNDERSIGNED IIAV.
IV ing made certain improvements in the arrange
tnent and construction of Flues and Air spaces foi
steam turners wiucn enects a consiueratile savini
r uel. is wtllini: to guarantee all work entrusts! to
Addres E. Oakley, 147 (jueea Su
KNOWLES' STEAM AND VACUUM
C. BREWER & Or., AGENTS.
Havine on hand a full and complete stock of the
above celebrated pumps, Juk received per W my Tut met
trom IIoston, we guarantee them to
better than any other style of pump imported. We call
the attention of planters particularly to the Vacuum
which is the least complicated and more servica-
tie than other pumps
XTOTICE.-E. C UAKE, 65 MERCHANTS
1( Exchange, Is the only authorised Agent of the
Frus In San franclKO. The Saturday Trbhb un
aUa) s Ik seen on file In hb office. 6
pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN IIRICrC
G. ENGLING C Co.,
Xo. fXuuamH St., Honolulu, It. I,
Sole agents for these Islands. The best cooking ap
paratus lor tne riantatlon, liotctor ramuy.
RANGES FIXTURES such as
Hot Water Rollers,
Water Coll i,
Orals liars, Etc.,
Aiwa). In stock,
Kajdecit directions fur setting up accompany every
Cireutari and Rritti on afflUation, 113-qr
NOTICH-Mr. Thomas Rain Walker has been this
day admitted m a member of our firm.
TIIEO. It. DAVILS k CO.
Honolulu. January i, iHj. iav.nn
pHE SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. ENGLING Jb Co.,
Xo. J, Xnsans SI., Honolulu II. I
Ssl. agents fur ihes. Islands. A full line of Ihe
and K!sturea for the same aj.y. In stock.
JOU WORK PROMPTLY DONE.
T.lsrsvlfa Msa, 811. m-s'
-piIE LATEST NOVELTY.
TMIMCTMS OF MAW.tiI.iK VERSE,
A Souvenir of th. Season, Iry laical Wrllerl,
ami "Hawaii Met,"
I'UHLISIIED BY THOS. C. THKUM.
VrU, Ctsuut Ksteh. m
,imi CMIsMU, tttXQBH MMMB,
Ann Noa-AicoMeiiC Bavaaisaf,
BeratasJa Sue.4, Us. Fort Sueel and Gardea Lruse.
j4aUlsUUslls9 stsiMttssI -" trSW 1MMM
mBWVV'9nmrrnW' sSsrsnfJsV AsSnVsyssssssaassssfssy rssn- 4 ssSrTssTrSaW
I. no rsaslf M deiivsur.
(rk., ,.i,,. .joe
TIMS, st -TMasUM.
T THF. OLt) STAND. NUMBER 9 KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PliUMMNG IN AM, ITS IllUXCHES,
fArtcsian Well Pipe-all ,!,,.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-top, Tatace,
Flora, May, Contest, Grand Prize, New Rival,
Opera, Deri-, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charts,
Duck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala-
meda( Eclipse, Charter Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPrER BOILERS
FOR RANOES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all aizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
House Furnlahlnn; Oooda, tsU kind.
All sires and grades, Lift and Force 1'uuips. Cistern "
Pumps, Galvanized Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closets, Marble slabs
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS ,
AND SARBNTINI tlLA,
Golden Oat 'Extras FsvaaUy ssad
Cases I1RAWN, Cases BACON,
Cases WHiriAKLR STAR HAMS,
11ALES OF IIAV, 4C, C.
j uss to nanu, anu lor sale oy
MIXES sfc CO.
OOMBTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.
Made Expressly for these Islands:
Brackl. Doaa Pssdross,
Bnokla Dirt EzolmtUn,
Isavosv WaTttrUr Tlass.
CALIFORNIA KID LACE,
Plush Glove Tops,
llrogans, new line.
ladies' Pebble Uutton Croquet Shoes,
Misses and Children's Shoes, eta
Ily th. Sues I have received a stock of Ladies' f.nd
Gents' and Children's SHOES, etc, manufactured to
my order for this market.
J. II. LFXCH,
No, 88 Kino stkikt.... Honolulu
1 16 if
"IkTEW SHOP As
V King str.it,
UasustUtkliia- av-ad Chtrsiac Vkvp.
T. H. MURRAY, Manager.
Horses promptly shod, In the best manner; Carrlag.
muuiiik uj vvimTtviii wut.uivii, irf vui n.w
sriop, lwo doors
ioors from Maunakea street.
-pHB STATB INVESTMENT
Flra avast Maria. Iasvtus)c OaaVfssay
Having .stablished an agency here, lis. understZ-oed Is
, - authorlted to sscccpt risk against o
Fiaa on UvUMNGt,
Marine KIAt on Vtiuh, Carroll, Mcnsamllit, Bit.
Losses promptly adjusted and payable here. Terns.
liberal. (11;) R. W. LAINE.
pHH PACIFIC MUTUAL
urx iiwv'.uufos oomfakt
Desire tit call tin psntcutar attention of .vcrybody to
"lONflNE INVESTMtNT POLICIES,
Whkh tontatn th. " IndispuuU. Clause V
no Kesukikais in navel or Keskienc..
Fie. frwut Danger of Forfsitur.
Also T1.1 Ptrotir ENpowtitNT Policy, and in. Ma.
.W4U IUI1HSHW , VOSJ
This Is on. of lb. most reliable cossvnsvnU. siataal
has no tupaiior, and few eijuals. SiisU. nil tfeim
proasptly .cu honestly and fairly by aa.
For futthw tafwtualiUi, wrtt. lo, w uH
lift? timsJ Aarq foe ilU Havrsjts Isli.iii
Fob Fo.ta.lb oa PaauaaaaT
14 fa lasuasus: 14 It) U
Bar Oust sAstnsi asasra
rTSfssu-. u, O, WVmUssvls.
. - aTasaBaHsaBaM
. v ijiaini